Synonyms for tenuifolium or Related words with tenuifolium

laxiflora              oblongifolia              peduncularis              anomalum              cymosa              sessiliflora              foliosa              marsdenia              lyonia              bracteata              breviflora              cercidium              wahlenbergia              multifida              linifolia              chamaesyce              filipes              cuneifolia              monantha              heliotropium              speciosum              ciliatum              parviflorus              oppositifolia              lepidota              auriculata              lycioides              uniflora              pedunculata              mussaenda              ligularia              obtusifolium              deflexa              uliginosa              chrysantha              themeda              ovatum              ehretia              floribundum              alpestre              acutifolia              insulare              spinescens              lappula              corymbosa              incana              salicifolia              oplismenus              symphoricarpos              sessilifolia             

Examples of "tenuifolium"
Haemodorum tenuifolium is a shrub native to southeastern Australia.
"Myoporum tenuifolium" is a common garden plant in eastern Spain.
"Myoporum tenuifolium" was first formally described in 1786 by Georg Forster in "Florulae Insularum Australium Prodromus" in 1810. The specific epithet ("tenuifolium") is derived from the Latin words "tenuis" meaning "thin" or "delicate" and "folium" meaning "a leaf".
Conospermum tenuifolium is a shrub of the family Proteaceae native to eastern Australia.
Bulbophyllum tenuifolium is a species of orchid in the genus "Bulbophyllum".
Selinum tenuifolium is a flowering plant of the genus "Selinum" in the family Apiaceae.
"Selinum tenuifolium" grows in shrubberies and open slopes at an elevation of about .
The larvae feed on "Cynodon dactylon". Adults feed on flower nectar from various flowers, including "Helenium tenuifolium".
dead "Fuchsia excorticata". Further rearing records are from dead wood of "Alnus rubra", "Quercus" species and "Pittosporum tenuifolium".
Microloma tenuifolium is a species of plant in the Apocynaceae family that is native to South Africa.
It is native to western South America. "Schizopetalon tenuifolium" is found in the Atacama Desert of northern Chile.
Cinnamodendron tenuifolium is a species of flowering plant in the Canellaceae family. It is found in Suriname.
"S. nasturtium-aquaticum" is now in "Nasturtium". "S. tenuifolium" is a junior synonym of "Diplotaxis tenuifolia" (Perennial Wall-rocket).
Larvae have been reared from dead wood of "Pittosporum tenuifolium" and "Fuchsia excorticata" and dead standing wood of a "Coprosma" species (probably "Coprosma grandifolia").
Pycnanthemum tenuifolium, the narrowleaf mountainmint, slender mountainmint, common horsemint or Virginia thyme, is a plant in the mint family, Lamiaceae. It is native to eastern North America.
Anthurium tenuifolium is a species of plant in the Araceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.
"Selinum tenuifolium" can reach a height of . It is a perennial plant with large umbels of thousands tiny five-stellate white flowers and basal leaves forming slender, thin, fern-like foliage. This plant flowers from mid-summer to early autumn.
"Myoporum tenuifolium" is found on Grande Terre, the main island of New Caledonia and on Maré Island and Ouvéa in the Loyalty Island group. It grows in scrub and forest, often on steep hillsides.
Illicium tenuifolium is a species of flowering plant in the family Schisandraceae, or alternately, the Illiciaceae. It is a tree native to Peninsular Malaysia and adjacent Peninsular Thailand. It grows in forest habitat, such as cloud forest.
The larvae are polyphagous, webbing together and feeding on the leaves and cladodes of various trees and shrubs, including "Carmichaelia" species, "Coriaria arborea", "Fuchsia excorticata", "Hebe elliptica", "Hebe stricta", "Hebe subalpina", "Melicope simplex", "Metrosideros" species, "Ozothamnus leptophyllus", "Pittosporum tenuifolium", "Tupeia antarctica", "Pinus radiata" and "Ulex europaeus".